Do Something Good for Your Neighbor

At Holy Trinity, our faith and Ignatian tradition call us to build a more just world that upholds dignity, equality and access to social and economic opportunity for all. During this unprecedented time, the needs of our local and international community continue.  We have provided ongoing opportunities from our social justice volunteers and partners.  To explore additional opportunities for individuals and families, please refer to our 2021 Fall Volunteer Guide.

SOME Snack Bags Continue in 2022

We are shy of collecting 25,000 snack bags since May 2020! The next snack bag collection date is January 22. We will continue to collect new and gently used coats, new socks and new underwear at each collection.
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Cupcake Bakers Needed

Christ House provides comprehensive and compassionate health care to sick, homeless persons in the District of Columbia and assists them in addressing critical issues to help break the cycle of homelessness. Holy Trinity volunteers provide the cupcakes for the monthly birthday celebrations! We ask that each volunteer sign up for a dozen nut-free cupcakes to be delivered to Holy Trinity. Cupcakes should be delivered to Holy Trinity Parish Center by noon.

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Accompanying Aghan Allies

Holy Trinity is responding to the critical need for housing for Afghan allies by partnering with LIRS to welcome families by providing furnishings and household goods. We will be updating our community wish list on Amazon to begin collecting the required items. We are also in need of volunteers to organize and support this first housing effort. If successful, we hope to continue to provide this support in some manner. Please complete this brief form so that we may keep you updated on our first meeting (virtual) and next steps.

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Hope and a Home Mentor

Do you have an hour a week to work to assist a student with homework and strengthening math and reading skills? Our tutoring partner, Hope and a Home, is in need of volunteers available to work with elementary students after school and early evenings. All that is required is patience and a willingness to support a struggling student! Please email if you are interested in learning more. Learn more about Hope and a Home

Be a BUILD Mentor

Mentors meet with our students once every other week for 60 minutes virtually with our partner schools in the District and work with the students as they learn teamwork and collaboration skills, create and grow their businesses, pitch to investors, and manufacture and sell their products. Commitment: 60 minutes, every other week during a regularly scheduled class session time (same time every other week, Mon-Fri in between 9 am - 5 pm) from end of January - June.  Learn more about BUILD